February 2017

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The Business Times: EDIS manages CSR like a business

For many, CSR (corporate social responsibility) has been an extracurricular activity, almost cosmetic in the way it sits outside the realm of real business. However, companies such as Economic Development Innovations Singapore (EDIS) are exceptions, given the way it manages its business – which is collaborative, sustained and in-depth. EDIS is an international economic development company which undertakes the development and management of integrated industrial and urban areas. Read Next
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Lunar New Year celebrations and collaborations 2017

This year, CFS’s annual appreciation lunch was held on 8 February at the Regent Singapore. Some 120 guests attended the event which is CFS’s way of saying ‘thank you’ to our donors, charities and partners for their unwavering support. True to the spirit of celebrations, there were happy handshakes, endless conversations and a festive, convivial atmosphere all around. Donors met charity partners, old friends made new friends.National Volunteer & Philan
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TODAY – Successful philanthropy: Doing good takes more than just giving

By Richard HartungBeyond just managing your money to meet your needs, donating to support good causes can benefit you and the broader community. The key to successful giving, though, is choosing the right causes and giving the right amounts. Increasingly, there are a host of tools and resources to help you decide.IDENTIFY THE CAUSEA good place to start is to figure out why you’re giving and what you want to support. And there are a variety of reasons people d
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